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For home and business owners with a space built in the 1970s or earlier, they will need a sewer line replacement in the near future, if they are not already due for one. This is because the pipes are often made of vulnerable materials that are prone to cracking and damage. Whenever older pipes begin to crack, leaks can cause serious damage to your property. Additionally, if you are looking to add a bathroom to your space, or renovate a kitchen or bathroom, you may be in need of sewer line rerouting in order to accommodate the needs of your space.
The plumbers at AAA Select Plumbing Services in Houston are here to help you keep your residential and commercial plumbing working safely and efficiently. If you see any signs of sewer line damages, such as soggy patches in your yard, foul smells from your water, or wet spots on your home’s foundation, contact us immediately.
Benefit of Sewer Line Replacement
If you suspect that you may have a damaged sewer line, it is important to have a professional plumber check it out immediately. This is because damage to your sewer line can result in serious damages to your space. Additionally, broken sewer lines can lead to unsafe water, which can lead to problems with your health.
At the first sign that you may have an issue with your sewer line, contact AAA Select Plumbing Services in Houston. Our team will help restore functionality and quality water to your space.
With time, when it comes to basic household tasks many homeowners become adept. There is one DIY project, however, which is not easy and better left to the professionals: repair of sewer lines. When done by someone with little to no experience in plumbing, sewer repairs can easily become complicated.
A sewer line can require a complete replacement which may take 3 to 5 days. Depending our pipes length and size(if you have wide pipes) you may need more time to replace the pipes.
1. Inconsistent amount of water in the toilet.
2. Water slowly draining.
3. Smells bad and sounds odd.
4. Soggy Yard Patches
Ultimately toilet paper or other debris is snagged at the foundation, further preventing water from flowing through the main sewer drain. Flushing sanitary products like paper towels, facial tissues, feminine hygiene products or even extra-thick toilet paper can also clog up your sewer line.
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